The Childline website offers great advice on what healthy and unhealthy relationships look like:
A Fixers campaign led by Tayah Winslade: http://www.fixers.org.uk/news/11937-1...
By helping young people recognise the signs of an unhealthy relationship, a group from Havant in Hampshire hope to show that controlling behaviour is never acceptable.
They want others their age, who may be having a negative experience, to identify the warning signals and seek support.
This video explains what healthy and unhealthy romantic relationships and friendships look like and the signs to watch out for in you or your circle of friends:
Childline Website offers great advice on what healthy and unhealthy relationships look like
What is a healthy relationship?
This is where you are your partner are both equals in the relationship. You both support each other, communicate effectively, trust each other and respect each other as individuals.
What does an unhealthy/abusive relationship look like?
Controlling with your look/money/family/friends
Pressuring you into things you don’t want to do
Putting you down
Always accusing you of cheating
Separating you from your family and friends
What can I do if I, or someone I know is in an unhealthy relationship?
Its ultimately their choice if they want to be in that relationship but what you could do as a friend is make sure that your always there to support them for whatever they need.
They may feel like they can’t leave their relationship for numerous reasons.
If they are in immediate danger – call 999.
If you are in an unhealthy relationship, is there a trusted adult that you can talk to regarding what your options are? Your parents/guardians may also be able to help you with this, or a friend’s parents whom you trust? If there has been emotional/physical/financial abuse within your relationship – this is not ok. If you feel unable to report this to the Police, you can report anonymously via www.fearless.org